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A linear reciprocating machine has a tubular outer stator housing a coil, a plunger and an inner stator. The plunger has four axially spaced rings of radially magnetized permanent magnets which cooperate two at a time with the stator to complete first or second opposite magnetic paths. The four rings of magnets and the stators are arranged so that the stroke of the plunger is independent of the axial length of the coil. Topics: DETECTION, LEAKAGE, FLUIDS, PATENTS
The OCR that Google Patents originates has been edited to make this patent full-text-searchable and easy to read. There are 3 formats available: .pdf (original), .txt (clean text), and .brf (braille file). See the "all files HTTP" link to access all three; also go there to read the .txt file if the "full text" link gives trouble. During the editing process, a diligent attempt has been made to correctly discern every reference character, date, measurement, etc. set forth in... Topics: machine, measuring, fluids, patent
Greg Foltz and John Burke discuss their experience at the UEIL Metal Removal Fluids Symposium, and their roles as heading up 2 of the 3 tracks - Innovation and Application (in addition to Regulation). Topics: STLE, STLE Compass, UEIL, mwfs, metalworking fluids, metal removal fluids
Unist has been supplying Coolube cutting fluid to world markets now since 1957, we have an enviable track record to prove that our understanding of metal cutting technology does stand the test of time. For more information please contact with us now on: Unist Australia Pty Ltd, 7 Bendtree Way, Castle Hill, NSW 2154, Phone: 02 8850 2022, Web: www.unist.com.au Topics: metal working fluids, metalworking fluids, mist lubrication, oil spray lubrication
Mist coolant spray system provides a portable, economical solution for spraying water based coolants in machining operations. Optimizes cooling effect of water-soluble lubricants with low volume/low pressure (LVLP) spray mist system. Please contact with us for more detailsUnist Australia Pty Ltd 7 Bendtree Way Castle Hill, NSW - 2154 Phone: 02 8850 2022 More on Web: http://unist.com.au/solutions/machining-cutting/uni-mist-system.html Topics: mist lubrication, metal working fluids, metalworking fluids, oil spray lubrication
The report, Global Removal Fluids Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, EMEA, and APAC; it also covers the global removal fluids market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion on the key vendors operating in this market.Complete Report Available at http://www.sandlerresearch.org/global-removal-fluids-market-2015-2019.html Topics: Removal Fluids Market, Removal Fluids Industry, Removal Fluids, Global Removal Fluids Market 2015 -...
Electromechanical devices utilizing the rolamite device are described. Information is also given on system limitations as a function of material and current carrying capacity. Topics: FLOW THEORY, VORTICES, LIFTING ROTORS, ROTOR AERODYNAMICS, COMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS, IDEAL FLUIDS,...
The authors are professors of Chemical Engineering in the Faculty of Chemistry at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and work in the so called Laboratory of Unit Operations. In this laboratory the students of the Chemical Engineering take practical courses in which they apply what they have learn in the theoretical courses. The experimental teaching is very important in the significant learning of the students of engineering. It foments the interactivity and the participation... Topics: Experimentation, Unsteady State, Flow of Fluids, Control
byLivingston, Burton E. (Burton Edward), 1875-1948
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Plants, Motion of fluids in, Osmosis Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=bxxCAAAAIAAJ&oe=UTF-8